My friend invited me here. It’s just a big open room with the bar at one corner. We arrived about 7:00pm on a Friday night. There were patrons at the bar and 3 tables in use; 2 couples and a third couple with a child. We stood for what seemed 5 minutes waiting for someone, anyone to seat us. The hostess was busy folding napkins at the bar and found it more important to finish her stack than to seat the paying guest. I'm already unhappy about my first impression and our hostess was a stone faced pregnant girl who found it necessary to put her apron under her pregnancy rather than over her pregnancy defeats the purpose of the apron. Of course, with an entirely empty restaurant, she seats us next to the couple with the kid. Side note: 2 other sets of customers arrived after we ordered and our hostess places them right next to us.
Just because a restaurant places white linen on the tables, does not make for a classy place. I decided to play it safe and order chicken marsala. Even a 10 year old 4-H student in their 2nd year of cooking can make this dish! First, they offer no other vegetable than zucchini for their entrees. However, my waitress was able to negotiate extra mushroom instead. Presentation was my first clue that the cook had not consulted with a 4-H student. My plate came with drippings of oil and crushed parsley all around the outer edge of my plate, what an disgusting mess. The chicken was fryed in old oil and had a burnt flavor. The bread was also coated in oil not butter. Screaming CHEAP CHEAP! Dessert was a further disappointment; the cake had separated from the frosting showing signs of age and the cake had been vacation in the refrigerator for probable 4-5 days leaving the distinct , “I need a glass of water between bites to wash down the dry cake” trade mark of old foods.
To top the evening off, where we parked was the view to the kitchen help smoking cigarettes with the pregnant hostess. Had class written all over it!
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